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Characteristics of large-scale farms, 1987

Donn Alvin Reimund

Characteristics of large-scale farms, 1987

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Published by U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Economic Research Service in Washington, DC .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Farms, Large -- United States.,
  • Farms, Large -- Economic aspects -- United States.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesCharacteristics of large scale farms, 1987.
    StatementDonn A. Reimund and Judith Z. Kalbacher.
    SeriesAgriculture information bulletin -- no. 668.
    ContributionsKalbacher, Judith Z., United States. Dept. of Agriculture. Economic Research Service.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationiv, 24 p. :
    Number of Pages24
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18140337M

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The Amazon Book Review Author interviews, book Author: Donn Alvin Reimund. Washington, D.C. February Contents Page Summary iv Glossary v Introduction 1 Recent Trends in Large-Scale Farms, 1 Origin of Large-Scale Farms 3 Modern Characteristics of Large-Scale Farms.

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Small-scale agriculture is practiced for both subsistence and commercial purposes. Characteristics of small-scale agriculture at subsistence level. Most of the labour is provided. scale farms versus large-scale farms in fostering agricultural growth and economic development more generally.

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countries under study, Barbados, Dominica, and Trinidad and Tobago, isand square miles, respectively. In these islands, some small farms can occupy half an acre juxtaposed. South African agriculture is comprised of mainly two categories of farmers - the subsistence farmers in the former homeland areas and the large-scale commercial (mainly white) farmers.

This is in contrast with the situation in many other countries where one would find a Cited by: The IAASTD clearly debunks the myth that industrial agriculture is superior to small-scale farming in economic, social and ecological terms. The report argues for a new paradigm for agriculture in the 21st century, which recognises the pivotal role that small-scale farmers play in feeding the world population.

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There is a short list of approved. These small farms, however, only accounted for 24 percent of the value of production.

By comparison, large-scale family farms with at least $1 million in GCFI made up only percent of U.S. farms but contributed 42 percent of total production.

Nonfamily farms accounted for only 11 percent of agricultural production. DEFINING SMALL-SCALE FARMERS IN THE SOUTH AFRICAN CONTEXT J.F. Kirsten and J. van Zyl1 South African agriculture is comprised of mainly two categories of farmers -- the subsistence farmers in the former homeland areas and File Size: 94KB.

Economic pressures have led to a tremendous loss to the number of farms, particularly small farms, and farmers during the past few decades. More thanfarms were lost from to Economically, it is very difficult for potential farmers to enter the business today because of the high cost of doing business.

smallholders in rural areas only and large scale farms. This report presents data disaggregated at regional level and it focuses on livestock kept by small holders and Large Scale Farms.

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household plots and peasant farms) and large-scale corporate farms, mostly new organizational forms (joint stock companied, limited liability companies, agricultural cooperatives) with private ownership of land and assets.

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Smallholders and large-scale farmers were also observed to havesimilar socio-economic characteristics except for their household sizes; that is, smallholders have small families of 5 persons as opposed to 11 persons for large-scale farms. Over the same period, the number of dairy farms with at least 1, cows more than tripled to 1, farms in Movements in farm numbers were mirrored by movements in cow inventories.

Farms with fewer than cows accounted for 49 percent of the country’s million milk cows inbut just 17 percent of the million milk cows in.

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non-organic) farms (DunnKlonsky and Tourte ), considerable uncertainty continues to exist about the structure and organization of production within the sector (specifically patterns of ownership, farm size, land tenure, labor management, and cropping), the relationships ofFile Size: KB.

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General Terms Defined. James MacDonald and Doris Newton offer an example in "Milk Production Continues Shifting to Large-Scale Farms," which appears in the December 1, issue of Amber Waves, published by the U.S.

Department of Agriculture. They point out that the number of small dairy farms is falling, while the number of large farms is rising.The intensive farming systems of developed countries, such as United Kingdom seek to maximize yield through what is usually described by agricultural economists as Best Management Practice (BMP), which involves the most efficient use of all inputs, including fertilizers, herbicides, seed varieties, and precision agricultural techniques (Goulding et al, ).The International Competence Center on Large Scale Agriculture (LaScalA) brings together a network of international experts in the field of large farm management.

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